This time we would love to share you some beautiful stories about a remote place, but at the same time so cool and interesting. We are speaking about Okinawa, the most Southern Point of Japan, made up of hundreds of islands. The Okinawa chain of islands stretches for 700 miles between Taiwan and the Japanese island of Kyushu.
We love to write about islands, also because our magazine has been founded in Venice. If you are planning a trip to Japan, but after visiting Tokyo you need to relax, to avoid the traffic, the lights of Shibuya and Shinjuku, why not catching an airplane and with just a 3 hours flight moving to a new experience? Okinawa offers a subtropical climate, great flora and fauna. You will be surrounded by hundreds of animals, some of the most amazing beaches with white sand, clear and crystal water: what else do you need to be convinced? Probably nothing, maybe a mojito on the beach?
But Okinawa is not just about beautiful places, but also surrounded by wonderful people. Did you know that in Okinawa the life watch stops for a bit, and you will be able to find the highest number of centenarians in the world? Till now you can’t live forever, that’s true, but you can always try to have a better lifestyle: in Okinawa you would be able to meet people that are able to show how to have a diet full of locally grown vegetables like Goya which is able to offer to your body and your mind fundamental vitamins.
Okinawa thanks to its beautiful locations is the perfect spot to relax, to try meditation surrounded by positive energy: once there you will be able to see that it’s true, not just words. You just need to meet locals, with their great open personality. Something you can’t really miss. In the video we are proposing you are going to travel around Okinawa with Jen and Sarah from Us, with Daniel from Germany and Tracy from Singapore. If you are into relaxing massages, tea making, cycling, arts, karate and to live disconnected from the real world, this is the trip for you. What are you waiting for?Follow @positive_mag on twitter for the last updates